Ian Anderson 5 p.m., May 21
- Dew point: 48.0
- Wind from W 11 mph
- Visibility: 10
- Humidity: 62%
- Pressure: 1016
- Hi 65°
- Lo 59°
|LOW TIDE||HIGH TIDE|
|THURS, MAY 21||6:42||-0.78'||6:06||2.28'||1:21||3.94'|
|FRI, MAY 22||7:30||-0.34'||7:02||2.61'||12:11||5.53'||2:24||3.83'|
|SAT, MAY 23||8:23||0.08'||8:20||2.8'||12:58||4.95'||3:32||3.86'|
|SUN, MAY 24||9:21||0.44'||9:59||2.73'||1:56||4.38'||4:38||4.04'|
|MON, MAY 25||10:19||0.72'||11:29||2.36'||3:12||3.92'||5:30||4.31'|
|TUES, MAY 26||11:13||0.92'||4:40||3.67'||6:11||4.63'|
|WEDS, MAY 27||12:31||1.84'||12:00||1.06'||5:57||3.63'||6:44||4.98'|
|THURS, MAY 28||1:18||1.27'||12:41||1.18'||6:59||3.7'||7:15||5.32'|
|FRI, MAY 29||1:57||0.72'||1:17||1.28'||7:50||3.82'||7:43||5.65'|
|SAT, MAY 30||2:32||0.22'||1:51||1.37'||8:34||3.93'||1:51||1.37'|
|SUN, MAY 31||3:06||-0.22'||2:24||1.47'||9:15||4.02'||8:42||6.21'|
|MON, JUNE 1||3:40||-0.57'||2:56||1.57'||9:54||4.07'||9:13||6.39'|
|TUES, JUNE 2||4:15||-0.83'||3:31||1.68'||10:33||4.10'||9:46||6.5'|
Waves (Solana Beach)
|Mon., May 18||1'-2'||W||6 seconds|
|Tues., May 19||2'-3'||W||6 seconds|
|Wed., May 20||1'-2'||W||5 seconds|
|Thurs., May 21||1'-2'||W||5 seconds|
|Fri., May 22||1'||W||4 seconds|
|Sat., May 23||1'-2'||SW||6 seconds|
|Sun., May 24||1'-2'||W||6 seconds|
Small short-period surf and moderate tide swings shouldn’t stir it up too much, although the predicted rain Thursday through Saturday will reduce the visibility due to cloud cover. If there is much rain, runoff and bacteria levels might be the determining factor. Boaters should keep an extra eye out for divers near the reefs and channel edges and divers always mark yourselves and area appropriately.
Visibility based on existing conditions and NOAA predicted swell and weather conditions at press time. Check up-to-date daily visibility/ conditions at the San Diego County Lifeguard info line: 619-221-8824.
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May 20 dock totals
21 anglers aboard the Chubasco II 3/4 day trip boated 6 yellowtail, 2 sculpin, 1 sand bass, 96 rockfish, 3 calico bass and 1 barracuda.
The Dolphin 1/2 day morning run with 10 anglers aboard reported 81 rockfish and 1 sculpin caught. 13 anglers at the rail aboard their 1/2 pm trip caught 59 rockfish.
23 anglers aboard the Malihini 3/4 day trip to the Coronado Islands put 14 bonito and 14 yellowtail in the gunnysacks.
The Premier 1/2 day am run with 17 anglers at the rail called in 1 sand bass, 75 rockfish and 3 lingcod for the total catch.
21 anglers aboard the Daily Double 1/2 day am run caught 10 sculpin, 93 rockfish and 2 calico bass.
The Josie Lynn 1/2 day am run with 3 anglers aboard reported 2 ocean whitefish and 12 rockfish caught.
The New Seaforth 1/2 day am run with 21 anglers at the rail reported 155 rockfish caught. 32 anglers aboard their pm 1/2 day run boated 1 sculpin, 46 rockfish and 46 calico bass, of which 40 were released.
39 anglers aboard the San Diego 3/4 day run south returned to the dock with 11 yellowtail and 11 bonito.
|Saturday, May 23, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.|
|Saturday, June 13, 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.|
|Saturday, June 13, 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.|
|Thursday, June 18, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.|
|Saturday, July 11, 6 p.m.|